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THE PRODUCT OF THE SCHOOLS.

THE PRODUCT OF THE SCHOOLS.

On Friday, Mr. E. F. D. Bloom. mot the Preston members of tho N.U.T. for discussion tho New Suggestions for the Teaching of English.” The meeting was well attended, there being about 200 present. Mr. Bloom referred to the present feeling of business men towards the product of th
22 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
(To the Editor of the ” Herald.’■>

(To the Editor of the ” Herald.’■>

Sir,—ln my letter which Mr. A. R. Mason criticises I stated that tho letters and speeches o£. the Cobdenitcs must afford amusement and surprise any person possessed of a fair knowledge of economics, and whose method of reasoning was that analysis and logical deduction, and that
22 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL ILLUSTRATION.

LOCAL ILLUSTRATION.

The implication that the genus Cobdenites and uncivilised blacks are the only rational beings savours somewhat of conceit. In answer to No. 2, a simple illustration may useful. Suppose Preston producers made certain kind of cotton cloth, and that Preston [Corporation imposed 15
22 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NORTH END RESERVES.

NORTH END RESERVES.

As the second eleven were also without a League engagement as well as the ,seniors. North End arranged friendly fixture with the pick of the West Lancashire League. They introduced several juniors into the reserve eleven, but the League team was not thoroughly represented owing
22 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

WEST LEY. —January 17th. suddenly, Town* gate, Ley land, Mary Ann, widow the late John Wcstley, aged 59 years. BILLINGTON. December 14th, Leonard, last surviving son of the late Leonard Billingtoii, uf Preston, aged 66 years. MOXHAM.—January 20th, at 192. Emmanuelstreet, Preston
22 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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EDINBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE.

EDINBURGH STOCK EXCHANGE.

Edinburgh, Tuesday. Business done. Buyers. Sellers' ' Edinburgh Corp. Red 1924 921 I:Caletionian Def Conv Ord }-s ' North British Del tit ISouth-Eastem Deferred 6bt< i (ireat Central ' Kecoml Deb lot J 'North British Oris Lien 764 -- 'ICanadian Pacific |IU) Shares 248| , Canadia
22 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BUSINESS NOTES.

BUSINESS NOTES.

8 T ire rom Calcutta read a<* fol- riii ute firmer. 61g rupees done, Jan. l T ' done, buyers, Feb." ~ '[" ( -ctors of the Dundee, Brought.y r ® Tramways Company, Ltd., ' v to pay an interim dividend on j shares at 6 per cent, per; ' f' a yable on Ist Feb. Government Fite-a-Half
22 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FAT CATTLE MEET STILL LOWER RATES

FAT CATTLE MEET STILL LOWER RATES

AT DUNDEE MARTS. Prices for fat cattle at Dundee marts y est or- j day were even poorer than have been ruling for some time past. few cases did the rates riso much above 40s per live cwt. The supply of cattle was a good deal heavier than for many weeks, for even al-; though pric
22 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THRILLING ESCAPES OF CREW.

THRILLING ESCAPES OF CREW.

The first sailing ship to put into Queenstown through being a victim the recent hurricane is the fully-rigged ship Earlshall. which arrived in port yesterday morning a wrecked condition. The foremast with all the rig was carried away gigantic wave, leaving a stump about five fee
22 January 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland